Monthly Archives: December 2020
- December 31, 2020
A leak in your water heater can start with a trickle and turn into a pool of water on the floor. This could damage your floor, sub floors and dry walls. Therefore, it is better to find the source of leak and fix your leak to stop further damage. There are a few common causes of leak. You can easily inspect those areas and try your hands at fixing them before calling the plumber for professional help.
- Drain Valve: One of the most common reasons behind a leaking water heater is a loosened drain valve. It is located at the bottom of the tank. Its work is to drain the sediment from the water heater. If you find leak there, then you are saved from a big trouble as you just need to replace the drain valve, which is quite inexpensive.
- Hot and Cold-Water Inlet and Outlet connection points: If you find leak at these
- December 18, 2020
Planning to buy a new water heater? Make a smart choice and replace your old water heater with a new tankless water heater. A tankless water heater – also known as an on-demand water heater – gives you a constant supply of hot water unlike a storage tank water heater that can run out of hot water with constant usage or when multiple hot water sources are in use at the same time.
Here are 7 reasons to choose a tankless water heater over a conventional tank water heater.
- Energy Efficient: Tankless water heaters decrease your energy bills. They reduce your heating energy costs by 10-15%; thus, helping you save a good amount of money while also reducing your carbon footprint.
- December 16, 2020
Bathrooms hold a special pace in every house. Apart from its basic function, it is a go to place to grab a few minutes of peace and just be by yourself amidst the daily hustle and bustle of routine life. Such a multipurpose place deserves your personal attention and effort. As detailed in the 2019 remodeling report from the National Association of Realtors, 70 percent of consumers reported an increased desire to be back home after the successful remodeling of their bathroom which amped up the functionality and livability by up to 35 percent.
Whether you plan to do it yourself or hire a designer to spruce up your bathroom, you need to answer a few questions to avoid straying away from your needs and budget. This will also help your designer to understand your requirements and tastes in a better way. The result will be a more functional and attractive
- December 08, 2020
The holiday are here again! You must be super busy with decorating the Christmas tree, preparing multiple batches of Christmas cookies, and making lists of presents for loved ones. This festive season comes with a lot of hustle and bustle making you forget about the ever so annoying plumbing problems in your house. To save you from being caught off guard by unforeseen plumbing issues during the holidays, we have prepared a checklist to help you fix your plumbing problems well before Christmas Eve.
In this checklist, we have covered all the essential points to help you solve existing pluming problems and plumbing proof your house to safeguard yourself and your family from that last-minute panic.
- Inspect your hot water system: You wouldn’t want your guests to be stuck in the bathroom with no hot water. Make sure that the cold-water supply line is clear, and the valves are functioning fine. Look for leaks, sedimentation, and check the temperature of
- December 02, 2020
Kitchen sinks are one of the most used areas in a kitchen. From storing our piles of dirty dishes to gulping down the leftovers while standing over it, the kitchen sink pulls its weight quite silently. Despite being the center point of the kitchen, homeowners often neglect its deep cleaning. Surprisingly, according to NSF International , kitchen sinks are covered in more germs than a toilet! Germs need a wet and moist environment to breed, making kitchen sinks the hot bed of germs like coliform bacteria and yeast or mold.
Your kitchen sink needs regular cleaning to stay germ free and pristine. Here’s how you can keep it sparkling clean and sanitized:
Scrub them every day: Scrub your stainless-steel sink with soap and rinse it with warm water to get